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  1. I'm afraid inserting new entries is the same as...

    I'm afraid inserting new entries is the same as writing a file containing multiple blocks (clusters)... Since clusters are contiguous by nature, the ratio would stay exactly the same.

    Anyway, I've...
  2. Yep. The benchmarking software does not contain a...

    Yep. The benchmarking software does not contain a Windows port, it needs Cygwin, thus making it considerably slower.
  3. No, I think the test is worthless because it's...

    No, I think the test is worthless because it's wrong for the reasons I stated here.
  4. First of all, file systems are journaled, not...

    First of all, file systems are journaled, not OSes. Your observation that both of them are journaled is great, esp. since my quote says exactly that. Journaling can be enabled/disabled for both NTFS...
  5. The problem I mentioned earlier is not the only...

    The problem I mentioned earlier is not the only one. For instance ext4, NTFS and even HFS+ (I see OS X mentioned) are all journaled file systems. Was journaling enabled in these tests? I don't see...
  6. Unfair benchmark

    Hi.

    I just registered to say that the article is dead wrong. IOzone needs Cygwin under Windows (it uses mmap() and pthreads), which is an emulation layer. Benchmarks should never be done with...
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